Blackpink’s Lisa broke the record for a K-pop female solo artist by making her name on the US Billboard main chart once again with her solo album ‘Money’.
According to the latest chart released by US Billboard on the 9th, Lisa’s ‘Money’ ranked 93 on this week’s Hot 100. Although the ranking is down three places from last week, Lisa is the first female K-pop solo artist to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in a row.
The solo album title song ‘Lalisa’ and the b-side song ‘Money’ both maintained the top spot on both charts for 8 weeks.
Lisa’s solo album title song ‘Larisa’, released on September 10, not only ranked 84th on the Billboard Hot 100 in the first week of release, but also ranked first on the iTunes Top Song Chart in 72 countries and the Global YouTube Top 100 for two weeks in a row.
The song topped the iTunes Top Song Charts in 38 countries, and it is creating an unusual sensation to move backwards in various major global charts more than a month after the song was released.
In addition, ‘SG’ not only entered the top 10 on the Billboard dance/electronic chart, but also reached the top of the Latin digital song sales chart, further expanding the area of popular music genres in the mainstream pop market.